I think that Val's idea of sharing beauty and peace in this way is great!
So I'm happy to share my peace with you today.
This is one of Zen temples. I visited it at the end of last month.
There weren't so many people there at that time and I could enjoy the serenity with the sounds of water flowing. I heard that the water there is taken from melting snow in the mountains surrounding the temple, and it takes so many years to reach there. Don't you think it's amazing?
Calming my mind there, I thought : Mu in the Zen world is described as "nothingness" or "emptiness". But I think that being the state of Mu is getting to the state of mind of "infinity" or "abundance", kind of embracing or full of acceptance. It might be said that real love is that state.
It would have been better if I could share the water sounds without music, but instead I used the music on which I have been hooked these days. The music is a cover version of classic music (Rakhmaninov Symphony No.2 ) by Japanese instruments (Shamisen and Shakuhachi) players, Hide-Hide.